Substance abuse prevention training in the workplace is time-consuming and expensive. MedDirect’s  DecisionPoint: Drug & Alcohol Supervisory Training is an internet-based drug and alcohol training platform. It is interactive training that gets information to your supervisors and employees quickly, efficiently, and simply.

DecisionPoint: Drug & Alcohol Supervisory Training meets the latest federal training requirements.

The MedDirect’s DecisionPoint will keep your company 100% compliant with the latest training requirements mandated by federal agencies such as the Department of Transportation and other modals, including the Department of Energy.

Scheduling professional trainers and coordinating groups from many locations can be difficult and expensive. Here’s your to the training dilemma. DecisionPoint: Drug & Alcohol Supervisory Training delivers the appropriate training immediately, whether for new hires or newly promoted supervisors. The supervisory training specifically instructs supervisors to identify, document, and address employee performance problems that could be an indication of drug or alcohol related problems. The result is a safer and more productive workplace.

Fully Interactive

DecisionPoint is interactive computer training. More than a simple presentation of information, it requires regular input from the user. Concepts are presented through reading, viewing, and responding. The user must respond accurately in order to continue to the next idea. This leads to higher comprehension levels at quick rates.

It’s simple

The supervisor or employee self-administers the training through internet-based point-and-click presentations. Training fits around your employees’ schedules and not the other way around. DecisionPoint is completely self-paced. Each user learns according to his or her own needs. The process is a fast, economical, and hassle-free way to train your employees on substance abuse prevention in the workplace.


DecisionPoint: Drug & Alcohol Supervisory Training comes complete with four modules:


I. Employee Awareness Training: Provides employees with a basic understanding of the problems associated with drug and alcohol use – and the impacts of that use on the workplace. Employees learn when to say “When” and why to say “No.”

II. The Supervisor’s Role: Focuses on how supervisors can improve the productivity of their employees. It educates supervisors about key management skills that can help employees modify, or change, their behavior so they can become more successful at work.

III. Drug Testing: Teaches employees and supervisors about the drug testing process, from specimen collection through the medical review of results.

IV. Alcohol Testing:Trains employees and supervisors about the alcohol testing process and the role of the substance abuse professional in counseling.